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Adobe After Effects Expressions: Create Motion Infographics

Learn all about Expressions while creating interesting and useful Infographics in Adobe After Effects

This is a unique course on Udemy. And the only course where you will learn about Expressions while building animated infographics.

The focus of the animations is based on Graphs such as bar, line and pie charts – with different methods to create animations.

You will learn:

  1. How to use expressions to link different properties such as rotation and position
  2. How to use expressions to control effects to create complex animations
  3. How to display values through expressions

Expressions are very useful (when used wisely) and will enable you to create more complicated animations while saving a lot on keyframing.

You will learn the ins and out to creating infographics. You will also go through 3 major infographics graphs styles that will build your skills to create any animated infographic element or bar charts.

This is a project-based course where you will have all the project files to practice and review. You will be also able to follow along.

If you are new to After Effects, this course is your opportunity to understand and practice Expressions while building useful and practical animations.

Louay Zambarakji

The Highest Rated After Effects Complete Course on Udemy. Animation, Motion Graphics and Visual Effects is what I love creating and teaching, Offline and Online. After Effects is what I love working with, every day, (except Sundays, my wife and kids won’t let me).

If you want to Really Learn About After Effects, then I will be more than happy to offer you all my skills, experience, and expertise. I guess 40,000+ Students in the last 6 months is a good sign that my courses will be of benefit to you.

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